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By Ritu Mahil
Have you heard statements like these thrown around casually by both employers and employees: "My boss harassed me at work today to finish my project";
By Rob Sider
Many employers seem to think there is an advantage to having a fixed-term employment contract with an employee. The usual rationales are that it sets the parties'
By Chat Ortved
The Business Roundtable, a voice for a significant number of major corporations in the United States, has issued a statement that reverses the "primacy"
By Michael B . Morgan
Suppose a contractor or subcontractor is involved in a major renovation or expansion project such as work on a hospital, academic institution, or a large industrial or retail facility
By Jennifer Nyland
Bill C-69 received Royal Assent on June 21, 2019 but did not come into force at that time.
By Valerie Mann
Mergers and acquisitions in Canada continued to be very active in 2018, notwithstanding the introduction of volatility in the markets domestically and globally.
By Jagdeep Shergill, Christopher Yan
The Societies Act, SBC 2015, c18 (the "Act") came into force on November 28, 2016 and replaced the former Society Act, RSBC 1996, c 433.
By Grant Vogeli
Litigation is expensive, time consuming, stressful, and a distraction from your business.
By Marika R. Strobl, Grace Kang
If a plaintiff located in Canada serves documents outside Canada but fails to first obtain an order for service ex juris, can the Court retroactively validate service?
By Toby Kruger, Alastair MacKinnon
On July 26, 2019, the National Energy Board (the "NEB" or the "Board") released its decision concluding that it does not have jurisdiction over the Coastal GasLink Pipeline ("CGL Pipeline")
By Lisa Frey, Edward Wilson
In a recent decision (Dubas v. The Owners of Strata Plan VR. 92, 2019 BCCA 196), the BC Court of Appeal further clarified the strata wind-up process and intent of the strata wind-up
By Jim Boyle
As we have previously blogged about here, the British Columbia Labour Relations Code (the "Code")
By Scott R. Andersen
A recent Supreme Court of Canada case highlights the importance of procedural and substantive decisions where restitutionary damages are to be calculated on an aggregate basis.
By Nicole Skuggedal
An Ontario court recently confirmed that an employee's desire to return to work does not on its own trigger a duty to accommodate
By Lauren E. Cook, Laura Bevan, Marika R. Strobl
Lawson Lundell litigators Lauren Cook, Laura Bevan and Marika Strobl have all earned a listing in the 2019 edition of Benchmark Litigation's "40 & Under Hot List."
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